7 Tips to Stay Safe Energetically

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Seven tips to stay safe!!!!!!!

Stay safe? Even one year ago, you might not have worried about that. But now?

In the time of Trump, many of us are deeply worried. Throughout the world the degree of unrest has never been greater in my lifetime. Although I lived through an era when kids would practice hiding from bombs as part of a routine school day in America.

Can you imagine? School children all over America would crouch under their desks to protect themselves from atom bombs. Bizarre but true.

Seems like, now, there is even more fear in the world.

Granted, dreadful things have already happened in objective reality. Seems to this Enlightenment coach, many of those dreadful deeds, as well as the fear, can be blamed on poor adjustment to The Age of Awakening. (More on remedying that in our final tip in this article.)

But let’s practice today’s “Safety Drill” by going in order. Here come seven tips to stay safe energetically. I hope you find something new that can help your quality of life.

Stay Safe Tip #1. Something Spiritual

Prayer can really help. Look, that’s why I’ve been giving you a whole series of articles on prayer. Whether this Enlightenment Coach inspires you with ideas, or you find them elsewhere, do something effective daily. Something spiritually effective.

(Yesterday I had a client who has been faithfully following a “spiritual teacher” who ran a meditation group. Yet that teacher never taught them, specifically how to meditate. “Sometimes she’d play a recording,” my client told me. Shameful!)

Noteworthy, then. I’m a teacher who has skills to teach. My daily habit is to use something that I’ve also give to you. At this blog. Bring Truth Light into Earth. What else can add set of resources for someting spiritual?

All of these are investments in learning quality skills. One way or another, they’ll help you to stay as safe as humanly (and historically) possible.

Fortunately, the aforementioned Truth Light method can help you to bring truth into earth. And it’s simple. You can learn what to do right from that blog post.

Every day, Truth Light brings me comfort. If you haven’t tried it yet, what are you waiting for? A person doesn’t stay safe energetically by doing “Whatever.”

Stay Safe Tip #2. Something Human

Would you please, please pay attention to what you like? Versus what you don’t like.

Judging from what I’ve found with new clients, many of you have stopped paying attention.

You might be substituting energy awareness for regular human awareness. Or you may no longer believe that what you like… no longer matters any more.

Well, it does.

Therefore, I implore you. Use your power of choice. Say yes when you mean it. Say no when you can.

Beyond that, dare I make this suggestion? When you must, pursue your own needs even if you need be a little bit sneaky.

Since it’s way too easy to blame other people and their energies when you just don’t like them. Fears of people’s energies are seldom warranted. Besides, life never improves when we put our human reality into denial.

You’re a good person. Therefore, what you like tends to be good for you. Appropriate for others. Your pursuit of happiness can help you to stay safe energetically, too.

Stay Safe Tip #3. Easy Relief

Shallow up! Some of you know about this strategy as empaths. Since it’s central to the system of Empath Empowerment®.

Others know the importance of shallowing up because you’ve been learning to live The New Strong.

Basically, what does “Shallow up” mean? When you find yourself worrying, reinsert yourself into reality. Then take action.

Here’s a simple example, right from this blog.

Yesterday I did an aura reading movie review of one of the most remarkable performances I’ve ever researched. And that’s after dozens of such articles, written over so many years. It was an inspiration to publish this Viola Davis Aura Reading Movie Review.

Blog-Buddy ISABELLA had requested this reading, nominating Davis in this year’s contest. Well, I just love the comment she wrote after that blog post was published. And it’s so relevant to our conversation today. ISABELLA wrote:

Yay! Thank you. Fascinating aura reading.

I just tried watching the trailer and couldn’t get through it. So I guess I won’t be watching the movie, even though I admire Viola Davis a lot.

An Excellent Example of “Stay Safe”!

ISABELLA gave us a great example of our Stay Safe Tip #2 as well as the one coming up here as Stay Safe Tip #3. She chose when to shallow up.

Technique Time is for going deep. Like using resources from “Deeper Perception Made Practical.” Otherwise, during your waking hours, shallow up.

Pay attention to your human preferences. Balance them with ethics and doing what is right. As a result, you can give yourself an easy time. Not some dutiful, virtue-laced, grim, hard time.

  • Going to a political demonstration? That might actually make a difference.
  • Contacting elected politicians? Smart and responsible.
  • Trying to right social wrongs by going to a movie and having a good cry? Please, only do that if it makes you feel good at the time. Plus, you understand that subjective feelings of sympathy don’t change darn thing in objective reality.

“Shallow up” means keep awareness positioned, as a default, in human REALITY. Efficacious action. Not equating strong feelings with strong actions.

Stay Safe Tip #4. Maybe It’s Time to Redefine “Good Person”

Recently, in session, my client Joe told me how confused it’s making him. He keeps scrutinizing Trump speeches. “There’s always a nugget of truth. I’m trying to find it,” Joe said.

Joe is a good person. Over the years, I’ve come to know him well. That Joe is a really good person.

But now he’s getting himself confused by assuming that everyone else plays by the same rules.

Trump and many other celebrities are definitely playing by a different set of rules, extreme spiritual addiction. As I’ve (somewhat mildly) described in this YouTube aura reading I’ve done of Trump.

How can you protect yourself when somebody lies in obvious ways? Human reality ways! Using common sense.

For instance, don’t feel obligated to hunt for some possible “nugget of truth.”

Speaking of Which, a Special Warning to Help You Stay Safe

Blog-Buddies, I’d like to add a bit of a warning about paying attention to Trump. As the Founder of Rosetree Energy Spirituality (RES), I do a lot of icky aura readings. This week, for instance, I volunteered to do an aura reading of a public figure who advocates BDSM. Euwwwwww! (See Comment #96.) Just to show the impact of that lifestyle on a person’s energy field.

Not listening to the talk. Not describing the walk. But using energetic literacy skills to describe the reality.

Well, I’ve got to say that among people with messed-up auras — including those in extreme spiritual addiction — Trump is a special case. Concerning the astral beings who run him. (Sigh! Yes, as you know, that’s what happens in extreme spiritual addiction.)

This particular crew, running Trump, has a knack for hypnotizing people. Doing this is so wrong, on every level! But there it is.

For that reason, what causes Joe’s sense, “There’s got to be a nugget of truth”? Why might you sometimes feel drawn to explore the meaning within Trump’s words? This is a taste of the hypnotizing power that flows through him.

The longer you listen, the more you’ll want to listen. And soon his words may start to make a delicious kind of sense.

During Hypnosis, Truth Can Be Blurred

So here’s what I recommend. Avoid hearing Trump speak. Learn to use your mute button. (True confession. I didn’t used to know how to use that part of my TV remote. Finally I was motivated enough to learn how.)

When Trump speaks, turn OFF your radio dial. Don’t listen to this man. Don’t watch his face in a video.

If necessary, you can get the gist of what he says by the words that follow him. Or read a transcript from a newspaper. That won’t have the hypnotic influence.

Quite recently, I had a chilling conversation with my friend Mr. Gladys. He’s on my Enlightenment Life List, having such clarity in his consciousness, aura, and assessment of life.

Mr. Gladys said this. “I’ve found that I cannot watch Trump speak. Within a few seconds I start having a strange feeling, as if my mind starts to go to sleep. And I want to hear more, more, more. Also, I feel like what he has to say is totally true. It’s hypnosis, Rose.”

Hey, I can recognize hypnosis. I’m an instructor with the National Guild of Hypnotists. When I teach hypnosis and Soul Energy Awakening Hypnosis® (which I do aim to do this year, BTW), I do all I can to make the skills ethically impeccable. As in “Clean and Pristine.”

Consequently, I find it terrible enough when people use hypnosis unknowingly or unscrupulously. Trump’s version of mind control is unquestionably the worst I’ve ever encountered. So keep yourself out of harm’s way. Don’t watch him, period. That might be important for helping you to stay safe energetically.

Stay Safe Tip #5. A Little Something Energetic

Avoid Trump, yes. But he’s an exception to the rule, which is to just live among people. Not live in fear of their energies.

During the New Age years, so many of us were told, “Watch out for negative people. Avoid them and their so-scary, toxic personalities. The energy vampires and psychic vampires who will suck out your brains….”

Or whatever. As an Energy READING Coach, I’ve got to call all of this “A lot of hooey.”

So Trump is an exception to the “Scary people energetically” bunch of hooey.

Please notice, I’m not advocating checking out his energies. Just ignore him.

Ignore paying attention to everyone’s energies unless you’re in Technique Time. Or some nice, consensual sex. (BDSM would not count. 😉 )

A Right-Sized Something Energetic, Please

If checking out people’s energies constantly won’t protect you, what then? Isn’t there anything else can you do to stay safe energetically?

The simplest thing I know is the One-Minute Energy Blessing that you can learn from “The New Strong.”

Perhaps you’d like to supplement that by taking one additional MINUTE. (Yes, minute.) for “Lock the Door, Hide the Key.” Which you can also learn from the how-to book “The New Strong.”

Or maybe there’s a different way that you prefer to “ground and shield” your energies. By all means, do that.

Only guess what? If you’re spending more than two minutes a day on this sort of thing, what you’re doing may not be terribly effective.

Actually, if you’re having to fix your energies all day long, all that well-meant “protection” may be hurting you more than it’s helping.

Therefore, please, do a little something energetic. Something effective. Then go live your life.

Stay Safe Tip #6. Ounce of Prevention

Blog-Buddies, I’ve got something extra, highly effective for helping you to stay safe.

I’m going to give it to you in my next newsletter. The next issue of “Reading Life Deeper.”

Look forward to learning a powerful technique for self-healing that, most days, will take about 20 seconds. And it’s never going to be lengthy or difficult, because you’ll learn just what to do and how to do it.

Notice, this will be exclusive content. Available only through that issue of my newsletter. (Sign up at www.rose-rosetree.com)

If you miss it, book a session with me and I’ll personally coach you.

Stay Safe Tip #7. Something Vibrational

Does the term “New vibrational freedom” mean anything to you?

How about “Program for Easy Vibrational Balance”?

Both terms come from my how-to book, “The New Strong.”  If you haven’t read it yet, you might want to get with that program.

Especially relevant for living now, in these tumultuous times, know this. We can get really, really strong.

  1. Humanly strong.
  2. Strong in consciousness.
  3. Strong in ways that help us to evolve faster than ever.

And, of course, the combo of strong + caring + spiritually connected + comfortably awake… That’s the best way to stay safe energetically.

50 thoughts on “7 Tips to Stay Safe Energetically”

  • 1
    Primmie says:

    This is a great list. I really advocate not closely watching most political discourse.

    I watch everything with subtitles and pay attention to what is actually said. Subtitles have a lovely clarity for me.

    As someone who has a lot of charm I know how personal power can be used when talking, and what I like about the written word is that it takes all the charisma out of speech.

  • 2
    Jean says:

    Thank you Rose for this post.

    Such a huge help in these times…

  • 3
    Louise says:

    Thank you for the reminder for doing “Truth Light”, I had forgotten about that.

    And also, “When you find yourself worrying reinsert yourself into reality. Then take action.” I needed to hear that again!

  • 4
    Julie says:

    The hypnosis element sheds a little light for me on why an otherwise intelligent person I know says, to whatever Trump’s latest words are:

    “That just makes so much sense”.

    But then, she also says that about Rush Limbaugh…

  • 5
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Quite some punchline there, JULIE. I laughed out loud.

    LOUISE, JEAN, PRIMMIE — thanks for your comments, too.

  • 6
    Amanda says:

    Thank you so much for an article full of common sense and clarity!

    You have articulated so well why I will not listen to Donald Trump or give him mental room beyond the reports in newspapers.

  • 7
    Amanda says:

    His approach reminds me of the Mock Turtle’s description of education in Alice Through the Looking Glass –

    an education made up of ‘ambition, distraction, uglification and derision.’

    Three cheers for proper leadership, Rose.

    Amanda

  • 8
    Rose Rosetree says:

    AMANDA, you’re so welcome. And wow!

    P*R*O*P*E*R

    I just thrill to that word. Guess it’s the the two-syllable anthem for all us perfectionists. Haha.

  • 9
    Dana W. says:

    I finally did the Truth Light technique and wow, I loved it!

    Thank you so much for sharing it and for all the reminders in this post.

  • 10
    Anonymous says:

    Someone said to me today, “Don’t be angry at Trump, be angry at the people who voted for him.”

    I told her I was trying to hold on to continuous anger at half the country and some relatives…

  • 11
    Anonymous says:

    But then later I was also thinking:
    – What must it be like to be someone who made that vote? Hmmm…
    – I have been deceived in the past by some people who turned out to be shady and/or mean.
    – And now I know there’s the hypnosis factor…

    So I’m doing a lot better than I was on Nov. 9, and living The New Strong has been critical!

  • 12
    Anonymous says:

    And “doing a lot better” for me still means mashing the radio buttons to change the station when I hear Trump’s voice and pretty much anyone else who works with him.

  • 13
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Thank you for these heartfelt comments, ANONYMOUS.

    And also thank you, DANA.

    “Mashing the radio buttons” — now there’s a deft turn of phrase. 😉

  • 14
    Rose Rosetree says:

    For me, aiming anger doesn’t help. And I don’t feel the need to extend compassion, either. I’m not Jesus on the cross with the “Forgive them, for they know not what they do.” (And, BTW, I’m not convinced that Jesus really said that. Putting that into the Bible hundreds of years later? Somebody did that. Makes for an interesting bit of religious thought.)

    Wow, and me being an Enlightenment Coach, writing this.

    Moral culpability is the important growth factor here, I find.

  • 15
    Rose Rosetree says:

    What I’ve written here about moral culpability summarizes the approach that has helped me most to know what to do with all this.

    Thinking in terms of that inevitable learning experience helps me to avoid some of those tormenting emotions. Not that any of this is easy for me… or some of the clients worldwide whom I’m helping move through this highly educational experience.

  • 16
    AJ says:

    Great article, Rose! I have an additional tip that might go along with tip #5: uninstall apps that constantly send you notifications.

  • 17
    AJ says:

    There is a new psychological problem called “distraction addiction” that people are suffering from and it’s wreaking a lot of havoc in people’s lives.

  • 18
    AJ says:

    We live in a 24 hour news cycle and the big problem about Trump is that he is so extreme that there is a new news story every few hours.

  • 19
    AJ says:

    A friend of mine who is a Psychology Professor advocates the same advice: ignore him.

    He suggested that I uninstall those distractions from my phone and it made a HUGE difference in my life!

  • 20
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Brilliant! Please thank that professor, AJ. And thanks to you, too.

  • 21
    aj says:

    I made a decision recently to cut the cord of attachment to Donald Trump.

    I realize it’s a major cord, but I have cut at least 30 minor cords (once a week since your workshop).

  • 22
    aj says:

    I realize he’s in the “extreme spiritual addiction” category and I don’t have the skills to heal that part, but I decided to do it anyway and it DID make a big difference in my life.

  • 23
    AJ says:

    Cutting that cord made a huge impact on my life. The cord dialogue was a few pages long and the logical consequences were huge.

    In a screwed up way, Trump helped me learn a lot of about myself and I’m convinced that he served me in providing a lifetime of spiritual growth.

  • 24
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Now this part isn’t so great, AJ, so I’m glad you brought it up.

    For the rest of you Blog-Buddies, please, do not cut cords of attachment to people who are in extreme spiritual addiction.

    You are much better off waiting until you are in session with an RES expert.

  • 25
    Rose Rosetree says:

    As you write, it worked out fine for you thist time, AJ, and I’m glad.

    Keep in mind, you took a workshop in “Cut Cords of Attachment” and you’ve been proceeding in a very responsible way. (As summarized in your Comment 21.)

    Even so, as hinted at in your Comment 22, an RES expert has a lot more skills than RES students like you, who are talented and interested in self-healing.

    But you are also, to put it bluntly, hobbyists. You haven’t worked really hard, following a very long, intense course of professional study that includes training in how to deal with more serious energetic problems than can be taught in my self-help books. Problems that require professional-level skills to bring the best results.

  • 26
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Removing any cord of attachment, even a minor cord, is an opportunity for personal growth; an opportunity that only comes once.

    The degree of help that a person receives is in direct proportion to the skill of the facilitator.

    When I published “Cut Cords of Attachment,” I had only become aware of the first cases of extreme spiritual addiction. By now, it’s a full-fledged field effect, a kind of consciousness virus.

    So I’m warning you Blog-Buddies not to get involved with removing cords of attachment to people with extreme spiritual addiction. Insist on working with a properly-trained RES expert.

  • 27
    Rose Rosetree says:

    In short, you wrote something very responsible, AJ, with “I don’t have the skills to heal [problems related to extreme spiritual addiction].”

    It’s sweet that, in your mind, you compartmentalized. Like, “I’ll use my skills to cut a cord of attachment. Even if I don’t have the skills to heal those other problems.”

    However, it really doesn’t work that way.

  • 28
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Phew! Thanks so much for bringing this up, AJ.

  • 29
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Please take my advice here, Blog-Buddies.

    You can do a lot on your own, and have it work great.

    But cutting a cord of attachment to Trump, or others I have flagged here at the blog as living in extreme spiritual addiction — don’t do this.

    Removing these cords of attachment involves a very different scope of work. Please avoid this kind of self-healing when you haven’t received more advanced training.

  • 30
    AJ says:

    Thank you for the feedback, Rose! I’ll be sure to consult an RES expert in the future for this type of cord of attachment. 🙂

  • 31
    Zofia says:

    Comment 14: You’re so right. It feels better to always forgive.

    I imagine that most blog buddies are naturally compassionate souls. That was actually my coping mechanism for a long time. And its a gift to be able to see the good in people.

  • 32
    Zofia says:

    But my lesson 7 years back now, was to realise that if someone wasn’t actively trying to make the right choices, its not a responsible use of your time to keep extending compassionate.

    Such a hard lesson to learn.

  • 33
    Zofia says:

    In the end, where you chose to put your own energy and attention is a moral choice in itself.

  • 34
    Zofia says:

    Thus endeth this Sunday’s comments. Oh man. It’s so much heartache to realise these things.

  • 35
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Ach! indeed. (Isn’t that the expletive one would use in Scotland?)

    However you might frame these four comments in expletives, ZOFIA, all this is just beautiful.

  • 36
    Rose Rosetree says:

    There’s one word subsitution I might suggest, though.

    Not that you were wrong to use the word “heartache.”

    But, as someone who finds truth in forgiveness and elsewhere, it might be helpful for you to consider phrasing it this way:

  • 37
    Rose Rosetree says:

    In your final sentence.

    “It’s so much growth to realize these things.”

  • 38
    Zofia says:

    Thank-you for the comments. It’s interesting if I could truly believe heart ache to be growth.

    Heartache feels like things going horribly wrong, while I associate any way to connect with others “growth.”

  • 39
    Zofia says:

    I guess that’s why I connected with your teachings about “objective reality.”

    I literally had to stop doling out the compassion for objective reality reasons of not having enough time or energy to do so. I had to be responsible for my own young life.

  • 40
    Zofia says:

    I saw in my own life, for practical reasons, that this simply had to change! However truly horrible and exhausting that felt.

  • 41
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Oh, ZOFIA, about your Comment #38, I don’t for a minute believe that heartache = growth.

    What can count as growth is what causes the heartache. And what we do about our lives once we feel that.

    For instance, perhaps, back in the day you felt heartache because you kept giving certain people second, third, fourth chances. And then you felt more heartache after you stopped squandering your trust in that manner.

    Heartache is sometimes a biproduct of courageous growth.

  • 42
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Another hypothetical situation including both heartache and growth:

    Perhaps you found new growth when you stopped doling out compassion that only brought you more heartache — when you dared to try something new.

    Despite heartache, you wouldn’t stop reaching for happiness, persisting no matter what. To me, that counts as growth.

  • 43
    Zofia says:

    OK. The way we handle hard feelings we can grow. But yes, simply feeling a certain way is just “having an emotion.”

    Sadly, I do know people who have suffered a lot, but not really grown or learnt from that.

  • 44
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Indeed, I couldn’t agree more, ZOFIA.

    Wallowing in self-pity, unnecesarily suffering as a victim — this has nothing to do with personal growth. Except as “Failed Experiments.” Educational, in a way. Yet optional.

    When facilitating past-life regression (Soul Energy Awakening Hypnosis®) I’ve helped many a client to clean up energetic garbage they still carry from such lifetimes.

  • 45
    Zofia says:

    Yup. Obviously, when your compassion circuits are all skewed that is likely a sign of what’s going on with your own stuff… and so disengaging from a situation is only the first step.

    Sigh.

  • 46
    Jennifer says:

    I would like to talk about comment #10 by anonymous. I am also holding onto anger towards the same people, and it takes its toll.

    I don’t know if this is something that we would talk about at this blog, and I don’t necessarily see every post, so it may have been previously addressed.

    How does anger energetically affect yourself, the people near you, the rest of the world?

  • 47
    Amanda says:

    AJ, great tip on uninstalling apps.

    I have gone quite rigorous with this. My New Year change was to uninstall social media, which for me basically meant Facebook.

    I also check the news once or twice a day, skimming headlines and choosing what stories to go into.

    Oh the niceness of it.

    Amanda

  • 48
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Huzzah, AMANDA!

    JENNIFER, good to hear from you. It has been a while. To have a conversation about anger will have to be done in an RES session where you actually receive help.

    Instead of discussing your problems, how about solving them! That is what this blog is about, really.

  • 49
    Rose Rosetree says:

    A timely reminder, Blog-Buddies. The February 2017 issue of “Reading Life Deeper” will be sent tomorrow, Monday, February 20.

    It will include two powerful, and timely, techniques for energetic self-care.

    Might I recommend that, if you haven’t yet signed up to receive this free newsletter, you go over to the Rose Rosetree website and get yourself ready to receive something very useful.

  • 50
    Rose Rosetree says:

    If you’re reading this after Feb. 20, no worries. Our policy is not to send out the newsletter just because a person hasn’t signed up yet.

    However, you can schedule an RES session with me and I’ll teach you these useful skills then.

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